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>>> live and in hd, this is abc7 news at 6 on your side. >>> are big story will sound familiar. >> we are facing a major heat wave and temperatures are going nowhere but up. people were doing their best to deal with the warm temperatures. if you think it is hot today brace yourself. >> a look at where we are and where we are headed. >> today's heat is nothing compared to what we're going to get later this week. is that right? >> it is a little bit of a warm- up. temperatures will be excessive. i will give the the latest. check out our current temperatures. right around the 90-degree mark. humidity levels are up there as well. what is not quite so typical is the extended periods of high heat and humidity. oklahoma city, 100 degrees. the heat index is 115 in omaha. it feels like 113 in minneapolis. a couple of isolated showers later tonight and tomorrow. a lot more on this heat and a few minutes. >>> we are not the only ones locked in mother nature's oven. the scorching temperatures hit most of the midwest. 15 states are under heat advisories and warnings. nearly 40 states will s
center tonight with more on these plans. at the big headline here -- metro is fundamentally changing the way they do their scheduled maintenance. they say it will let them get work done faster and will cause your inconveniences' for most of the people on the line being worked on at the time. >> it is no secret metro is in the midst of a host system repairs and upgrades as it works to meet the safety recommendations laid out by the ntsb. currently, metro has trains sharing a single track during this project, but that is about to train -- that is about to change. >> they will not be sitting on a track waiting for a train to come in the opposite direction. we could be 20 minutes or more and anyone on the line will suffer from that. >> the agency will shut down both directions and do all the work in that one area at once, providing buses to bridge the service got around that work. >> the purpose for this is to isolate delays for that won portions of the rest of the line can operate pretty close to normal schedule and allow us to get more work done. >> metro says it will be able to comple
kicked off a big debate in this area, but it might not start on schedule. >> one councilman told us he hopes to stop the gambling law before it kicks in. the district is scheduled to become the first in the nation to offer online poker and slot machines. he argues it would dip into the budget bill and did not go through a public process. >> chances are that stores offering better deals are really just trying to get you to spend more. many say that groceries' offering 10 items for $10 trick shoppers into buying several options. they call it the power of suggestion. if consumers read the fine print, they can usually get just one item at a reduced price. >> the space shuttle atlantis has returned to earth, closing a chapter of space history. in a final salute, the crew took never before seen photos of outer space. they're scheduled to land at the kennedy space center on thursday. it will mark the end of a 30- year space shuttle program. >> a tropical storm is kicking up a stir along the florida coast. life guards are warning beachgoers that the waves are a concern. that looks like a lot o
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